?The 17th Jewish Culture Festival – Singer’s Warsaw has kicked off in Warsaw. It seems that August is a music holiday for all music lovers, various music events were coming one after another.??
This multicultural event was named after Nobel Prize-winning Polish-Jewish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer, presenting Jewish culture through various cultural activities lasting more than a week, including indoor and large outdoor music concerts, theatre performances, film screenings, exhibitions and interesting lectures.
The list of this year’s performers includes Francesco Bruno from Italy, Polish-Ukrainian violinist Vadim Brodski and the Preßburger Klezmer Band from Slovakia, etc. An opening cantorial concert at Warsaw’s Nożyk Synagogue is among the highlights of the festival, which was performed by many musicians including Yoni Rose from Germany. The festival is held in various places around Warsaw every year, but mainly in the part of the city that was once the hub of Warsaw’s Jewish community.
It’s a good opportunity to explore and celebrate Jewish culture and tradition, among a wide range of cultural activities, there’s something for everyone, even for children. The festival runs until August 30, some of the significant activities are available to watch online as well, do not miss it!?
More info: https://www.poland.travel/en/travel-inspirations/the-17th-jewish-culture-festival-singers-warsaw-22-%E2%80%93-30-august#i
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